PROTOCOL: Cognitive and behavioral radicalization: A systematic review of the putative risk and protective factors

Michael Wolfowicz*, Yael Litmanovitz, David Weisburd, Badi Hasisi

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Abstract

Objectives: This systematic review seeks to collate and synthesize putative risk and protective factors for the different outcomes of radicalization. Methodology: Drawing on an established theoretical framework, we will categorize putative risk and protective factors as they relate to the domains of radical attitudes, intentions, and behaviors. We will utilize meta-analytic techniques to develop a rank-order of factors according to effect size. Meta-regression and sub-group analyses will be used to assess sources of heterogeneity. Implications: The results of the review are intended to inform evidence-based policy in the areas of both assessment and intervention.

Original languageAmerican English
Article numbere1102
JournalCampbell Systematic Reviews
Volume16
Issue number3
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Sep 2020

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